Super 8 Perry
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First day on the road.....pulling double trailers....in 35 mph winds gusting to 40 mph in the Flint Hills of Kansas....speed limit 75 and I'm going 58 trying to conserve fuel and hold her on the road....9 hours and 3 tanks of fuel later, I made it to the Cimmaron RV Park in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Hope tomorrow isn't this challenging....will feel good to get parked in Snyder, Tx tomorrow and see Miss Cassidy ...
... the bath to maintain the warmth intact.
Stow away old newspapers. . The oldest ears of corn were found inside a bat cave in west central Mexico in 194 Cachise Indians who date back to 2,500 B. These are comfortable to wear and a bridesmaid can run around and do her duties. The same goes for your fortunate soul who gets \"chosen\" for such a coveted post.
The bathtub must be suitable for that size of the baby. ] is surely an imitation in verse of ...
We stopped in Oklahoma for the weekend to spend time with Jenny and Camron (Tj's sis and bro-in-law) ...Zoe is so happy to be in a home around people who love her and not just a hotel! Camron is helping her play the piano and I think that is her new favorite hobby! We went to see a movie (Tommorowland was amazing)
Dogs are doing great
Cat is great
This morning's liftoff from Centennial Airport was fantastic with smooth skies for the 3.25 hours all the way to Ponca City, OK for our first fuel stop and lunch. Interestingly, this was the first time I landed at an airport barely above 1000' MSL (actually the first time landing below 3500') so managing the fuel mixture and resultant cylinder head and exhaust gas temperatures during descent was a new experience. After an ATC-vectored ...
We took the car into Guthrie this morning and went through the Territorial Museum, which told about the relocation of indian tribes, the "land grab, and early life on the prairie and the hardships endured.
Government-owned property (once indian territory) was surveyed out in 160 acre tracts and at 12:00 noon on a day in August, the area was "opened" for whoever could stake a claim. Trains were packed with people who were kept on the train until ...